The future of native animals and species in Hurunui Waiau is brighter, thanks to nearly $130,000 of funding projects.
News & events
Make the most of the recreational opportunities the Hurunui-Waiau region has to offer this summer, with newly-dug swimming holes.
Selwyn's plant-out days are restoring the habitat for our native plants and animals.
Discover the mysteries of Lake Pukaki.
A refreshing revisit to Lyell Creek/Waikoau is underway to bring the creek back to life and life back to the creek - and we need your help.
Hurunui Waiau Water Zone Committee allocates funding for two new biodiversity projects to protect and enhance native flora and fauna.
Makarini Rupene, about moving his focus towards Waimakariri to raise awareness on how to use the land and environment to include mahinga kai values.
Six Christchurch West Melton businesses have stepped up to tackle issues and are leading the way in stormwater management and technology.
A planting day led by a Kaikōura dairy farmer has seen massive environmental benefits to his farm and the Lyell Creek.
More than 600 natives have been planted along the bank of the Waihao River as part of the Black Hole Enhancement Project.
The Christchurch West Melton zone committee held a workshop recently where they learned about the challenges Cashmere Stream faces.
The Selwyn Waihora and Waimakariri zone committees share a mission to expand recreational opportunities along the Waimakariri River